Negotiation & SettlementOur firm represents clients in many different types of legal engagements, including negotiations, settlement discussions, public events, government hearings, and many others. We strongly believe that the best solutions to problems often can be achieved out-of-court in a cost-effective manner. Our lawyers have experience negotiating with friendly and opposing parties in legal and business contexts across a wide variety of fields.
In connection with our firm’s bankruptcy practice, we actively negotiate with lenders and other creditors to achieve consistently superior results for clients without resorting to litigation. Many creditors accurately view litigation as a very costly and time-consuming endeavor and are often willing to negotiate with debtors who are represented by attorney counsel. In our experience, many creditors and lenders are unwilling to listen to clients until the client is represented by an attorney. Many creditors view the hiring of an attorney by a debtor to be a firm commitment to fight unscrupulous action on the part of the creditor, and this choice vastly increases the chances of success.
While the success of any negotiation or settlement is dependent on the individual circumstances of the client case, we invite you to contact us for a free consultation to determine whether these legal options might apply to your situation. Always aware of our clients’ budgets, we provide cost-effective hourly and fixed fee solutions to our clients’ legal needs.
Court LitigationThere are some situations in which litigation is unavoidable. When litigation becomes necessary, we aggressively defend our clients’ interests in court. Our lawyers have represented clients in a variety of litigation contexts, including breach of contract, agency powers, commercial privacy, environmental, securities, residential and commercial lending, and many others.
In connection with our firm’s bankruptcy practice, we specialize in litigation against creditors and other lenders based on violations of state and federal lending law. Often lenders will neglect legal requirements essential to enforce their debts, such as the Truth in Lending Act (TILA) and other state law requirements. While it is the policy of Nova Law Group to develop out-of-court solutions that best serve our clients’ interests in the first instance, if litigation becomes necessary, we aggressively pursue our clients’ interests in both state and federal courts.
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